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The Presbyterian of the South : [combining the] Southwestern Presbyterian, Central Presbyterian, Southern Presbyterian. [volume] (Atlanta, Ga.) 1909-1931, December 10, 1919, Image 15

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It is not our purpose to give a ds
talled report of the conference, but
rather to give some impressions pro
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The leaders all gave an impression
of earnest sincerity and spirituality
and of faith in the movement, as well
as of faith In God. They showed
themselves to ho men of vision.
As they presented the various fea
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The point most emphasized by far
was the spiritual interest involved.
The great aim of this movement as
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is going on, and there must continue,
agitation through all the Church to
show that there is need ?or some
thing to be done to make the world
better. The movement proposes to
secure and furnish the Church with
a statement of the needs of the heme
and foreign fields. Then there will
be the effort to induce and aid the
churches to go forth trusting in God
in an effort to supply those needs.
The agitation is being carried .>n
at this time through conferences.
During the first three weeks of this
month sixty-seven State and metio
politan conferences are being hcid.
These are made up of selected dele
agencies of the churches. Local con
ditions will be laid before the local
churches. This will be done through
the county or district organizations,
which will grow out of the confer
When this information has bee-J
laid before the Church agencies or
local churches, the movement does not
propose to suggest any plans for ac
tion, but will urge the agency or the
churches to make a careful study ol
the needs suggested by the informa
tion, and then, as far as possible, in
co-operation with all ehurches con
cerned, to make an effort to supply
the needs.
The Little Jetts Telling Bible Stories
Oh, the wonderful talcs in the book of Judges! Say, boy, can 3*ou tell the names
of those heroes and heroines in the accompanying etchings? No. 1, the powerful
fellow who slew six hundred Philistines with a stick used to "poke up" oxen with;
No. 2, the woman who drove a spike through the head of a man under a quilt ? the
captain of King Jabin's hosts; No. 3, a king fighting before the tower of Thebez, upon
whom a woman cast down a stone, so well aimed that it cracked his skull and he
made his armor-bearer thrust him through with a sword that men might not say "A
woman slew him"; and No. 4, a valiant conqueror returning home, met by his beauti
ful daughter with timbrels and dancing at the head of her maidens. Why does he
clasp his hand to his head in dismay and his voctory-crowned spear falls to the
ground? It is a romantic but very sad story; yet one of the most beautiful in the
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JM|n II !??(
The Tragic Times of the Judges
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The full size page is 10x7 inches
Do you know these tales ? these true stories ? and a hundred others in the Old
and New Testaments, told in pantomime on the fifty-two pages of The Little Jetts
Telling Bible Stories? Only the Bible references are given, but the stories aro
set forth in the most fascinating sort of way by the clever Tittle etchings. The book
seems to delight both old and young; it is now in its fourth edition, with a circulation
all over the world.
Price, 75 cents, postpaid, in the U. S. A.; 5 cents extra to foreign lands. An
appropriate present for any child, parent or teacher.
We will send The Presbyterian of the South to a new subscriber and Little Jetts
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covered and representing all denom
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ment. In January it is proposed to
have a similar conference in' each of
the more than 3,000 counties of the
country. These are to be followed
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districts in these counties. More than
5,000 speakers have already been en
rolled for these conferences.
Through efforts which have already
been started a survey is being made
of whatever effects any branch ctf life
that has any connection with the
Church. This is to be done as speed
ily as possible over the whole of this
country and in all of the mission
countries of the world. This infor
mation is to be supplied to the
churches to any extent that they may
desire it. "fhe more general classes
of information will bo given to th?
It is proposed that three things be
done to fit the churches for doing
the great work that is needed. These
are to make an effort to establish
the family altar in at least a million
homes in this country where it is not
now found, to enlist Ave million
Christians in a prayer league (almost
a million have already been enlist
ed), and to promote In all the
churches a simultaneous evangelistic
campaign for the salvation of lost
The movement has no program to
present by which these things are to
be done, but will leave It to th'e de
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One of the results expected is that
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